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BAYC Members Can Claim Their Ape Fest Tickets Beginning Wednesday. Here's What You Need To Know:

The Bored Ape Yacht Club announced that the window for Apes to claim their ApeFest 2023 tickets will open later this week!





It was an insane Mutant Monday around the swamp as the BAYC announced that Apes will be able to claim their ApeFest 2023 tickets beginning this Wednesday at 8 P.M. EST!


“Apes, it’s almost that time,” the club tweeted. “Ticket claim for ApeFest Hong Kong goes live this Wednesday, July 26th 8PM ET / Thursday, July 27th 8AM HKT. The ticket claim link will be posted on this account and shared on the updated http://apefest.com website. Apes planning on claiming a ticket for Apefest should have their @tokenproof app set up ahead of ticket claim going live.”



Along with announcing that the window for Apes to claim their tickets will open later this week, the BAYC also informed the community that plus one tickets will cost $269 USD and that there will be ways for BAYC members to virtually participate in the boring festivities!


“There's plenty in store for apes who can’t make it to Hong Kong,” the club wrote. “There’ll be ways to participate virtually, and we’re also working with the BAYC community to host IRL events globally. Stay tuned!”


While Apes got a lot of new information about ApeFest this evening, the BAYC is still encouraging members to hold off on purchasing their airline tickets and booking hotels.


“Please wait until we share more about ticketing and events,” the club wrote. “Do NOT book yet. More details (including recommended hotels) will come soon to help you decide on your travel plans!”


As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Yuga Labs’ SpicyTinna teased possible discounts on hotels during a Twitter Space with the BAYC Community Council last week.





As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Ape Fest 2023 will be taking place in Hong Kong from November 3rd to November 5th.




Unlike the previous two ApeFests, this year’s event will be less about musical performances and more about connecting with the community. “This will be a whole new adventure," the BAYC wrote. “More city exploration. More community and virtual events. More surprises.”


The Bored Ape Gazette will continue to follow Ape Fest 2023 and will keep you up to date on this week’s ticket claim. Stay tuned for updates!

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